An exciting selection with Indian flavor! Fireworks are central to the traditional autumn Diwali celebration, the Hindu festival of lights. Featuring approachable rhythms and notes, this...
Based on the emotional Irish song, this thoughtful setting paints a picture of a man dreaming of the day he can return home. At times, the piece feels more like a fantasy than an arrangement as the melody
The definitive Spanish paso doble, arranged for intermediate string orchestra! This great cultural teaching piece features syncopated rhythms, triplets, repeated down bows, and...
This beautiful melody has been sung for over 600 years, and is often referred to as the national anthem of Korea. The melody is based on the pentatonic scale, which is very common in music from Asian
Offering variety and multicultural flavor, this upbeat, joyous folk song will be at home on any concert program. Though scored for less-experienced players, there is a remarkable fullness and sophistication
Pronounced "Away Tina," a little bit of syncopation goes a long way in this fun arrangement of the South African folk tune for Grade 2 strings. Students will play pizzicato, clap and tap, lead and follow,
Intended to introduce young players to Latin music style, this cheerful and energized composition can help students explore the music of the Caribbean. Solidly scored, and full of spice and sun, the catchy
Here is the authentic edition direct from John Williams and exactly as played in the film. Although this is the original film music, it is understated and remains at the medium-easy level. The string parts
This beautiful, lyrical lullaby in 3/4 is very playable and easy to rehearse. Well known in Spanish-speaking countries, it will work for your multicultural concert.
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Here's a traditional Yiddish riddle song with a haunting melody, which this arrangement combines with rich, lush harmonies to encourage and inspire. Mesmerizing!
Note about the composition:This haunting piece exposes students to the sensitive elaboration of a melody in the Spanish tradition, while teaching skills of sustained legato bowing, tone production, to
El Pollo Ricardo was written in 1911 by Luis Alberto Fernandez, a young man from Uruguay who was a policeman by day and a tango musician at night. The title refers to a tango dancer friend of his
In the style of a habanera, the characteristic and distinct rhythm reflects the fusion of Cuban and Spanish cultures. Many sections of your string orchestra get a chance to play the memorable melody from
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